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 Steering correction for stock type GM steering


If you're planning to lift your 67-87(91) Chevy truck or if you already have, undoubtedly you'll need to correct your steering linkage to account for the lift.  You need to keep the steering geometry correct to minimize bump steer, retain lock to lock steering and to insure that the steering linkage doesn't bind or break.

We typically don't use any steering correction on a '67-'87('91) Chevy truck until the truck has 3" of lift or more.

Part Number
Application
Description
Price
CA50

'67-'87 K10 and K20

'69-'91 K5 Blazer/Jimmy

'67-'91 1/2T and 3/4T Suburbans

'76-'91 K30/V30

2" Drop pitman arm

Typically used to correct for 3-4" lifts

Also used on 6" lifts for K30's in conjunction with 2-1/4" riser block below

$115
70100

'67-'87 K10 and K20

'69-'91 K5 Blazer/Jimmy

'67-'91 1/2T and 3/4T Suburbans

4" Raised steering arm, for '67-'87('91) 1/2 ton and 3/4 ton GM front axles with 6" of lift or more
$75 
Part Number
Application
Description
Price
U9018

'76-'91 K30/V30

'76-'93 Dodge W250 and W350 (with Dana 60)

'77.5-'79 F250 and F350 (with Dana 60)

Kingpin Dana 60 steering block

Billet steel

2-1/4" tall

Machined to retain the OE kingpin spring

$85
U9002-Long

'76-'91 K30/V30

'76-'93 Dodge W250 and W350 (with Dana 60)

'77.5-'79 F250 and F350 (with Dana 60)

ARP stud kit for our billet steering block. 

Steering blocks have a reputation for shearing the studs due to poor quality metal, this is where that stops.  We build our block to match these super strong (190,000+ psi, far beyond grade 8 strength) ARP studs and failures have been non-existent

Works with our 2-1/4" block and aftermarket 2-1/2" blocks

$59/set